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ABC
Aug 3, 2009 11:35pm EDT
was reportedly a clear day? so how long have you been flying? >> since 1959. >> ed cook took us inside one of the simulators to show us turbulence up close. so it feels like an airplane in here? >> once we shut the door it will feel like we're in an airplane. the pilots use a five-point harness. >> that's two and then the middle one down here. that would be three. our simulated flight into danger felt unnervingly real. there's miami below us. like the pro he s cook guided us up the coast and then into the everglades. >> we are headed into the red spot and the more we get into the cloud the more turbulence we'll experience. notice that the wheel is moving more, notice that we're bouncing around a little bit more. >> this is exactly what you would not do if you're flying? >> that's exactly right. this could get bad. >> he gave us a good taste of turbulence, that pilots do everything in real life to avoid. >> because it could do structural damage to the airplane and would hurt people, particularly those not belted in. >> what's causing the turbulence now? >> turbulence right now is just air s
ABC
Aug 7, 2009 11:35pm EDT
back, and using its best assets to do it. >> las vegas has set a new record of achievement. >> shameless to say the least, the first shot came with a bikini parade through the heart of the city billed as the world's largest, a far cry from this. >> started about 4:00 in the morning. >> the ad campaign during the heart of the downturn focused on las vegas as an affordable vacation for hard-working people. but while gambling revenues, tourism and convention business were all falling to pieces, the image change fell flat, which is today sin is back. all part of a branding effort that begins in this room. >> is there any way when someone turns on their computer that vegas can sound like god? >> they may not look like much but these people are the brains behind an entire city's image. >> we're a contest to find the most boring town in the u.s. >> the odds are pretty good this group has actually put words in your mouth. >> what happens in vegas stays in vegas. >> what happens in vegas stays in vegas. >> there seems to be a few weekends missing. >> a one-liner so catchy -- >> you
ABC
Aug 20, 2009 11:35pm EDT
. >> just give us about 10 or 15 minutes. >> but now they're at the center of the obama administration's plan to take back afghanistan. >> make sure -- [ inaudible ]. let's go. >> this elite group nicknamed the fast team has taken the drug-fighting expertise here to afghanistan. because this is where 90% of the world's heroin is produced. >> poppy seeds. doesn't look like my muffins back home. >> yeah, you smell it? >> all right. that's hash. >> money from the drug trade is believed to generate $125 million a year. >> oh, yeah. all this right here. oh, here's the sifters. >> and from the taliban and the growing insurgencies in pakistan and afghanistan and possibly al qaeda, tarentino leads his men on four deployments. their mission is to collect evidence and build legal cases against some of the most corrupt drug dealers. >> all right. >> often, targeting smaller dealers to build larger cases. >> handcuffs -- that's what i need. i need to talk to the women. you're under arrest. illegal possession of narcotics. >> this arrested man just told his distraught wife that he is only being tak
ABC
Aug 26, 2009 11:35pm EDT
memory. ted kennedy himself used to describe the big house as a scrapbook. inside no priceless works of art, but hundreds upon hundreds of photographs of america's political dynasty. >> there was that that we first saw them, the family running around the yard and throwing the footballs and the women and the men, and those sailboats. those constant pictures of various family members on the sailboats. >> they always suggested vigor. >> certainly vigor was certainly a big part of the kennedy mystique. >> and hyannisport was always the back drop. >> hosting a large family and an active family, i think it's been very much involved with the out of doors, with all of those implications. >> hyannisport was camelot's beach house. the kennedy castle on nantucket sound, a home that produced not just one but three sons who aspired to the highest office in the land. joe kennedy bought the big dutch colonial with the wraparound porch in 1929. three years before his youngest was born. >> this is hyannis on beautiful cape cod. >> for many americans, hyannisport is synonymous with elitism, a sort of
ABC
Aug 10, 2009 11:35pm EDT
three teenage boys. >> we simply can't see 360 degrees around us and consequently when you have a low-wing airplane and something below it and a helicopter that can't see well with above, you have the ideal potential, shall we say, for a midair collision. that is exactly what happened here. >> but many aviation experts believe this midair collision could have been avoided. and that part of the problem is a long standing air traffic rule that governs the flight of many small aircraft across the country. it's called see and avoid. >> the so-called rules which by the way, that stands for visual flight rules, are built around the idea that everybody stays away from everybody else. see and avoid. very much like the rules of the road on the sea. >> unlike the commercial airplanes that are in constant contact with air traffic controllers, smaller aircraft during good weather can fly over much of the u.s. without talking to controllers. instead, they simply look out for one another. >> the problem is that this is mythology, the idea that you can see and avoid everybody around you. you can't s
ABC
Aug 24, 2009 11:35pm EDT
reduced the dosage to 25 milligrams two days prior to jackson's death. >> you don't use propofol to wean somebody, but propofol literally is just simply used to put someone to sleep and if you give too much, it can be lethal and you can have exactly what happened here. >> the papers say that dr. murray gave jackson valium at 1:30 a.m. and that he said that the valium did not work, so he gave the singer an i.v. injection of lorazepam. an anti-anxiety drug about half an hour later. >> in the case of lorazepam, however, although it's in the blood for a short time its effects can actually persist. and that persisting when putting another drug on top of it is where you have a greater potential for disaster. >> at 3:30 a.m., dr. rray reportedly told police jackson was still awake. so he then gave him midazamol, a sedative, pushing it slowly into the i.v. jackson remained awake and at approximately 5:00 a.m., murray administered another two milligrams of lorazepam. >> if you give this combination ofdrugs and you're not aware of the potential interactions between them, that's how you can get in
ABC
Aug 17, 2009 11:35pm EDT
says the worst really behind us? john donvan reports on what you and your family need to know about the road to recovery. >> we all know where we want to be as a nation, as an economy, after this long, long season of signs that say this and front doors that look like this. and a job market that looks like this. where we want to be, we wish we could. we wish we could is out of the woods, back on track. over the hump. and can it be true what this "newsweek" cover said a couple of weeks ago as several big companies are actually reporting profits and people with street cred are saying this. >> they are emphatic that recovery begins this summer. >> and this. >> well, then your predicted -- it is real? >> i do think it's real. i think that we have enough cumulative signs now that we've come through the worst and not only are things just less bad, we are starting to see some pockets of improvement. >> hey, it looks like we are climbing out, right? except -- except the bell rings today and the market is down 2% in just 6 1/2 hours and the latest unemployment numbers come out with nearly a q
ABC
Aug 19, 2009 11:35pm EDT
. >> i think you've used the word in the last week, humdinger is there a humdinger you can't tell us? >> yes. >> so this a robbery, a home invasion, but something much more? >> something much, much more. >> is this a you wouldn't believe what's really gone on here? >> that's true. if i had determined to write a book, i'd write about this. >> with words like that it's no wonder the rumor mill has been churning furiously. it's certainly not surprising that this has been a huge story at the pensacola news journal. a legal affairs reporter has been immersed in the store for the last six weeks. 700 pages here. does this answer the questions that have been hanging over the billings case? >> i think it brings some clarity to the case but i don't know that it answers the burning question of why this happened. >> because of the extensive surveillance system, the report says there were not only cameras outside the house, but also in each child's bedroom. i took days for investigators to arrest seven suspects. six adults and a minor all facing two counts of first degree murder and one count of
ABC
Aug 6, 2009 11:35pm EDT
in to planning the crime. if we think he looks normal, it's because he wants us to think he looks like us. and he's not. >> there are signs he did struggle to be normal. in his video he talks about his problems connecting with people. >> the only way to get around that, you know, is to work on this. and perhaps some exercises or forgiveness exercises or whatever else. i'm going to post this and see what comes back. >> the forgiveness exercises he's talking about as per hay come from the book "forgiveness, loving the inner child", visualization exercises for releasing negative feelings and maximizing your true inner potential. and then in hidden code embedded in his murder blog found by abc news, he hints at second thoughts about his murder plot. at the gym i saw a woman i like. occasionally she makes good eye contact and smiles. to get a friend like her and for nighttime action, i would cancel this plan. >> i think he was conflicted. i think he wanted a relationship with women. but he was also rejected by women or he just couldn't establish that type of relationship. >> he didn't cancel his plan.
ABC
Aug 5, 2009 11:35pm EDT
fire at a gym class and his blog post is marked by rejection. >>> bill is back. two u.s. journalists celebrate an emotional reunion with their families and former president bill clinton is the diplomatic. will this threaten president obama's foreign policy? >>> and idol no more. so long paula. and farewell to her bizarre behavior and bickering with simon. the nicest judge kisses television's biggest show good-bye. but why and what's next? captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> tonight on "nightline," targeting women. lights off, guns blazing. a lonely, tortured man opens fire at a gym class and hiog post is >>> good evening. it was an horrific scene. an aerobics class at a suburban fitness center outside of pittsburgh suddenly interrupted by darkness and gunfire. three women left for dead. nine injured. before the latest rampage ended in the shooter's suicide. this time, there was no personal connection between the gunmen and his target. instead, an accumulated sense of anger and hatred, fuelled by decades of rejection by women. hatred that he reported in his own words and then exported
ABC
Aug 13, 2009 11:35pm EDT
subway built a fast food empire on healthy options and cheap eats and now has more u.s. stores than mcdonald's. >>> > lessons in hope. the inspiring story of a school in one of the most notorious neighborhoods where the expectations are nything but great and the walk to school can bebe deay. >>> bebeating the odds. kids fighti their way out of desperate cirmstances and if this radic approach works it may save lives anand change t face of educion america. captions pd for by abc, inc. >>> good evening.. we begin with what might be calledmerrica's sandwich shop. it is somehow parlayed the obobesity epidemic and a troubl economy into a fast food empire, but there e are no superized cheeseburgers dripping this calories. ininstead these meals are measud in inches and grams of fat and they're now selling g at morthan 20,000 locations coast to coast. with a home grown pitchman and of course a catchy signature chew. as john berman now reports. >> we all nd to eat in boom times and busts. we get hgry no matter what happenso home prices. whenen the dust settles from th recession, there will stil
ABC
Aug 25, 2009 11:35pm EDT
on a night that destroyed his life and a prison cell that awaits him. >>> plus into the wild. join us on a journey deep into the bolivian jungle on the hunt for the elusive pink dolphin. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm terry moran. some big real estate news today and that's where we'll begin for first time in years, a handful of american cities got some glimmers of good news in their housing markets. one of the most important measuring of housing prices showed that for the first time in three years prices in some markets are actually going up. month over month. so which cities look like they may be turning the corner and why? vicki mabry has this report in tonight's "realty check". >> well, we are seeing a turn around. the beginning of what might be a turn around. >> the fact that this man robert shiller is cautiously bullish today is quite something. everyone that the housing market was bad news and predictedcocre closely watched case shiller price index. >> we have seen prices go up, now two months in a row. nationally. home prices have been falling fo
ABC
Aug 12, 2009 11:35pm EDT
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ABC
Aug 28, 2009 11:35pm EDT
you talk about with the girls? >> they told us how old they were. and we asked them, why aren't you what school and they said, i'm heome schooled. i noticed the little one, had a bump over her head. i said, what's that over your head? she said it was a birth defect, i'll have it for the rest of my life. it was rehearsed, it caught me off guard and i think my mother's intuition kicked in and i wanted to ascertain if the girls were okay. not from a cop stand point, but from a mother standpoint. it was like talking to a robot almost. it was more like they were programmed. this is who we are. >> they almost -- they almost had pride of her father. >> her father was the lord in her eyes it seemed. like she was just looking at him like he was a superstar. >> what did they look like? >> it was like little house on the prairie attire is the best way i can describe it. they were very pale. >> blonde hair, bright blue eyes. they had the same blue eyes he had. >> were they clean? >> they were clean and well groomed. they just did not appear to be well nourished. >> had you ever encountered chil
ABC
Aug 21, 2009 11:35pm EDT
is the most dangerous mammal on earth. join us to their heartland where you have to mike sure that you don't fall in the water. >>> and the giant hurricane in the atlantic continues to churn. so just how bad will it get on the east coast this weekend? captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening. i'm cynthia mcfadden. we begin tonight with the gruesome murder of the bikini model jasmin fiore. and the international manhunt for her former husband. one-time reality star ryan jenkins. the police have tracked jenkins from southern california to canada and exposed details of a relationship fraht with jealousy and violence. jenkins remains at large and we are learning more about what transpired in the hours surrounding fiore's death as brian rooney reports. >> at first the intensive search was from the air and on the ground. but one day later, authorities on both sides of the canadian border have turned to the harder work of tracking tips and investigating leads. >> obviously, with a case like there where there's a great deal of media attention, there tends to be a higher number of possible si
ABC
Jul 31, 2009 11:35pm EDT
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ABC
Aug 4, 2009 11:35pm EDT
in the dark and then i realized someone was using a firearm inside there. >> i heard a couple of guys say we got some girls shot over there. there was one shot in the back. >> everyone started to run into the gym, bleeding. we hit the door. then the lady was shot in the leg and the shoulder. we started to pick her up and took her out. everyone said run. >> there will be more on the shooting tomorrow on "good morning america." >>> now to the two journalists sentenced to 12 years of hard labor on their way home. laura ling and euna lee accused of trespassing into north korea are being accompanied by former president bill clinton. the plane touched down late tonight to refuel in japan on their way to burbank, california. while in north korea, the former president met with the nation's leader, kim jong il, and left with exactly what he came for -- amnesty for the two young women. now, family and friends wait for a triumphant reunion. >> tonight, the first brief glimpses of laura ling and euna lee at the pyongyang airport headed for the plane that is now carrying them home. the young women look t
ABC
Aug 18, 2009 11:35pm EDT
phone calls or use my e-mail. therefore, i recorded this video to let all of you know that i have been receiving your messages. please don't worry. as long as i keep god in my heart and you in my life i will be fine. i have done all i could do. i told the truth. and i have faith the truth will prevail. >> dr. murray is at the center of the ongoing lapd investigation injackson's death and thought to be in part on the enabling doctors. who fed jackson's desires for pain killers. they're called doc hollywoods. they only find themselves and their patients in trouble. >> he was getting a number of prescriptions under a number of different names. and this is a common thing amongst celebrity addicts because they demand what they want. and there are certain kinds of doctors who will give it to them because they want to be innary employ. >> in private practice and on "celebrity rehab", dr. drew pinsky works with the addicted. many of them well known. how often do you see these doc hollywood s coming into the lives of the celebrities who are looking for the powerful prescription drugs and enabli
ABC
Aug 21, 2009 11:35pm EDT
dangerous mammal o earth. join us toheir heartland wre don'n't fall in the ter. hat yo >>> and the giant hurricane inn the atlantic continues to hurn. so just how bad will it get on the east cst this weekend? captions pd for by a, inc. i'i'm nthia mcfadden. we begin totonight with the gruesome murdeder ofhe bikini model jasminee frere. and the international manhunt forer former husbd. the police havee tracked jejenk from southern c californinia canada and xposed details of relationship fraught with h jealousy a violence.e. jenks remains at large anwe are e learning more about whata transpired in the hos rrouounding fiore'death brian rorooney reports. >> at first the e intensive seah wafrom the a air and on th grnd. but one e daday later, authoti on both sisides s of thcadian border hav turn to e rder work of trackcking tips and investigatating les. >> obvioly, with a se l like there where there's great deal of media attention, therere nds to be hier number of possiblesightings. people that t are trying to be helpful. >> this strangse stard satuay, uth of los angel. when a ttltle colle
ABC
Aug 27, 2009 11:35pm EDT
that she comes home to her family. her sister has been asking for her. and she needs to be with us. >> jaycee's mother terry and stepfather were devastated. >> somebody took somebody very near and dear to my heart from me and i want to know why. >> first tenyears my terry me and i want to know why. >> first tenyears my terry wouldn't celebrate christmases. psychologist, she had to let it go. so we have been kind of like been neutral the last eight or nine years. >> they kept searching, using age progression technology to see what she might look like older. but the trail went old. excuse me. >> jaycee's mother called carl probyn who had watched her daughter to be taken away to tell them the good news. >> she asked me if i'm sitting down and i said yeah. i've got good news, they have found jaycee. so there was a little bit of news you can he. >> a family at last finding peace of mind. philip garrido k her. >> there was a strategic arrangement to inhibit outside viewing and to isolate the victims from outside contact. >> me and my friend we were walking down the street and we heardki
ABC
Aug 11, 2009 11:35pm EDT
's no different than us being up coaching our girls. >> but judge kathy petty says sometimes the parents go too far. >> when your child is on stage and they don't perform the way you want them to, don't spank them, or hit them. i have seen that in the past, where the parent starts yelling at them or the parent is actually spanking the child. i don't that's encouraging. >> day two of the pageant focuses on their bodies and beauty and that's what concerns the child psychologists the most. they contend that the girls learn to see themselves as objects to be looked at and evaluated for their appearance. >> the study links it to eating disorders, low self-esteem, depression in the future. does that concern you at all? >> it's playing dress-up. it is an expensive doll. >> some might say that's a dangerous game of dressup. >> if that is all we preach to her, yes, then i'd agree 100%, but this not our lives, this is our hobby. >> pageant owner annette hill believes america's backlash against pageants all began with the precocious images of jonbenet ramsey parading across the stage in 1996. ♪ ♪ >> n
ABC
Aug 14, 2009 11:35pm EDT
used by surgeons by anesthesiologists. >> michael would make his mother katherine wait outside the gate three or four hours if he was high on drugs so he could clean up. he didn't want her or his family to see that. >> give yourselves two -- >> in june, popular tv pitchman billy mays died of heart failure. the autopsy revealed cocaine as a cause of death. >> i would like to see the report. other than that, no comment. that's not billy. >> you have soccer moms who are having a drink and picking up the drugs. >> marilyn white who runs a rehab center in new york says everyone knows someone hiding an addicti addiction. >> whether it's a an uncle or someone you work with, you know someone who has addiction. >> you put the alcohol in the listerine bottle or you drink it if you can't find the alcohol. i'd go to bars and drink on my own, drink in the car, bathroom where you'll work. you'll drink perfume. i did. >> is it possible to keep an addiction secret or do you feel that someone always knows? >> someone always knows. >> someone always knows but may not recognize the signs. >> look for chan
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